“Kevin Jiang, 26, a second-year graduate student at the Yale School of the Environment, was shot and killed outside his car in New Haven Saturday night, according to police.”
This sounds pretty serious. Authorities describe the suspect as dangerous and advise extreme caution.
NBC News reports:
MIT grad sought in shooting death of Yale student
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate has been named a “person of interest” in the fatal shooting of a Yale University student, Connecticut authorities said.
Kevin Jiang, 26, a second-year graduate student at the Yale School of the Environment, was shot and killed outside his car in New Haven Saturday night, according to police. He was expected to graduate next year, police said.
New Haven police Chief Otoniel Reyes said during a press conference Wednesday that Qinxuan Pan, 29, of Malden, Massachusetts, should be considered “armed and dangerous” and the public should use “extreme caution” around him.
Reyes said Pan was last seen with a stolen vehicle from Massachusetts at the Best Western hotel in North Haven on the night of Jiang’s death.
Police secured two arrest warrants for Pan, one for the possession of a stolen vehicle in North Haven and another for stealing a vehicle out of Massachusetts, Reyes said.
Reyes did not name Pan as a suspect in the homicide case or comment on whether the two had an existing relationship.
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